Florida Gulf Coast University
Office of Curriculum and Instruction
10501 FGCU Blvd. South
Fort Myers, Florida 33965-6565
Cathy Duff, Associate Vice President
(239) 590-7043 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in Suite 112 of Holmes Hall
A Degree Evaluation is a Curriculum, Advising and Program Planning (CAPP) system available through Gulfline. This on-line advising tool can be used by undergraduate students and advisors to evaluate course work against degree requirements, as defined in the Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) catalog. A Degree Evaluation produces a detailed view of how FGCU courses, transfer courses and courses in progress apply toward a student’s declared or proposed degree requirements in a major.
A Degree Evaluation is UNOFFICIAL and does not take the place of regular academic advising. Students should discuss their progress toward degree completion with their advisor after reviewing their Degree Evaluation.
Students and advisors can use this system to track progress toward a degree or perform a “What-if” analysis prior to a student declaring a major or making a change to a major, minor and/or concentration offered at FGCU. A Degree Evaluation outlines degree requirements and indicates if they are MET or NOT MET.
A Degree Evaluation can only be used for catalog years beginning from Fall 2007 to present. If students were admitted to FGCU prior to Fall 2007, they will need to contact their advisor for a Degree Evaluation.
Examples of how a Degree Evaluation could work:
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